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Finding Room Mushrooms Paperblog Pick in Gardening

Finding Room for Mushrooms

One of the best things about working on a gardening magazine is that you work on stories such as "how to grow mushrooms at home" and you then start thinking about doing something... Read more

Sometimes Less More Paperblog Pick in Gardening

Sometimes Less is More

The other week I took a couple of blogging friends to Bryans Ground in Herefordshire, my favourite garden.  I had raved about this garden so I  was a little nervous about their... Read more

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    The 29 May 2011 by   Outofmyshed
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    Granny’s Bonnet Growing Country Garden

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    The 12 May 2011 by   Hurtlingtowards60
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  • A Spring Visit to West Dean Gardens, Sussex

    Spring Visit West Dean Gardens, Sussex

    After some deliberation as to whether to visit the Grow Your Own Show at Loseley Park in Guildford or West Dean Gardens, near Chichester, my friend and I decide... Read more

    The 02 May 2011 by   Hurtlingtowards60
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    Matilija Poppies California's Giant White Tree

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    The 09 May 2011 by   Cathyberry
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  • Lessons for a Newbie Veg Grower to Learn

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    The 09 May 2011 by   Hurtlingtowards60
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  • The Vertical Gardens of Patrick Blanc

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    The 07 May 2011 by   Thecleverpup
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  • Plant of the Week: Salix Elaeagnos Subsp. Angustifolia

    Plant Week: Salix Elaeagnos Subsp. Angustifolia

    Position: Flourishes in full sun to partial shade.Soil: Moist but well drained.Flowering period: Late spring to early summer.Eventual Height: 3mEventual... Read more

    The 31 May 2011 by   Davis Landscape Architecture
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  • Plant of the Week: Deutzia Scabra ‘Flora Plena’

    Plant Week: Deutzia Scabra ‘Flora Plena’

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    The 20 May 2011 by   Davis Landscape Architecture
  • Flowers Are Blooming at Lyndale Park

    Flowers Blooming Lyndale Park

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    The 08 May 2011 by   Homesmsp
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  • Thanksgiving Point Tulip Festival

    Thanksgiving Point Tulip Festival

    Isn't this the most delightful spot for a picnic?Down in the Salt Lake City valley, 3 thousand feet lower in elevation ~ and a full month ahead of the chilly... Read more

    The 06 May 2011 by   Kate_miller
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